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Osman Tunie Kamara for Constituency 123

Osman Tunie Kamara for Constituency 123

A popular politician in Constituency 123, at the Mount Aureol axis, formerly Constituency 105, Mr. Osman Tunie Kamara, has declared his intention to contest for the Parliamentary symbol of the said area under the All Peoples Congress (APC).  (Photo: Osman Tunie Kamara aka Chairman Tunie)

Speaking to Journalists yesterday at his residence on Bombay Street in Freetown, the hopeful aspirant expressed determination to transform young people as future leaders of this country, adding that he has already demonstrated his passion to change lives of active youths through the support he has been giving to them in promoting football in the communities. He revealed that he has given about thirty scholarships to both primary and secondary pupils.

When asked if he will extend his good will gesture to students in tertiary institutions, the hopeful Member of Parliament nodded that he has big plans to extend his scholarship programme to tertiary level if given the opportunity to serve his people.

He noted that he does not believe in too much talk or intention but rather in the actualization of any good plan for the benefit of the communities he intends to represent in Parliament.

He revealed that he is being challenged by Mr. Dauda Black Kamara who happens to be the son of the late Temne Tribal Chief, Chief Alhaji Abu Black Kamara but maintained that he is the popular person among the youths and the aged within the entire constituency.

He appealed to the Symbol Award Committee of the party to give him the symbol so that he will give the party victory in that constituency.

He said he was very thankful to the Leader and Chairman of the APC, President Ernest Bai Koroma for putting the country above individual and party interest.

By Alhassan Bangura

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